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1  Still his bullets fell in the center of the crouching party.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  The bullets pattered along the lake, and one even pierced the bark of their little vessel.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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3  The Hurons soon fired again, and a bullet struck the blade of Hawkeye's paddle without injury.
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4  Many fell, in making the experiment, under the bullets and the blows of the pursuing Delawares.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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5  The boy answered it with a feeble but contemptuous shout; and immediately a second bullet was sent after him from another part of the cover.
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6  I told you to take that loping miscreant under the line of white point; now, if your bullet went a hair's breadth it went two inches above it.
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7  Again the young Indians bounded forward; but their hurried search and disappointed looks announced that no traces of the bullet were to be seen.
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8  A volley from the Hurons interrupted the discourse, and as the bullets whistled about them, Duncan saw the head of Uncas turned, looking back at himself and Munro.
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9  The bullet cut the wood within a few inches of the vessel; and a general exclamation of satisfaction announced that the shot was considered a proof of great skill in the use of a weapon.
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10  Chingachgook very quietly resumed his seat; nor did he make any reply, until after he had examined the firebrand which had been struck by the bullet that had nearly proved fatal to himself.
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11  A rifle bullet acts on a running animal, when it barks him, much the same as one of your spurs on a horse; that is, it quickens motion, and puts life into the flesh, instead of taking it away.
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12  The rifles flashed, the leaves and bark of the oak flew into the air, and were scattered by the wind, but the Indian answered their assault by a taunting laugh, sending down upon them another bullet in return, that struck the cap of Hawkeye from his head.
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13  Heyward rashly imitated his example, though both were, a moment afterward, admonished of his madness by hearing the bellowing of a piece, that the Hurons found time to discharge down the passage in the rocks, the bullet from which even gave the young Mohican a slight wound.
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14  Happily, the aim was bad, and the bullets cut the air in a direction a little different from that taken by the fugitives; though still so nigh them, that to the unpractised ears of David and the two females, it appeared as if they whistled within a few inches of the organs.
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15  At this critical moment, when the success of the struggle was again becoming doubtful, the crack of a rifle was heard behind the Hurons, and a bullet came whizzing from among some beaver lodges, which were situated in the clearing, in their rear, and was followed by the fierce and appalling yell of the war-whoop.
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16  These Iroquois are cunning, but they outwitted themselves when they placed their firearms out of reach; and had Uncas or his father been gifted with only their common Indian patience, we should have come in upon the knaves with three bullets instead of one, and that would have made a finish of the whole pack; yon loping varlet, as well as his commerades.
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